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Extra pens, sanitized voting machines and absentee ballots Voting in Wisconsin’s...

Elections clerks around Wisconsin typically have plans for what to do if an election is impacted by a fire, a power outage or other...

How about paid sick leave, now? The Legislature has bills creating...

Wanda Lavender, 37, is a manager at a Popeye’s restaurant in Milwaukee. She’s a mother, a grandmother and the breadwinner for her family, making...

The Democrats’ coronavirus divide Sanders is right about the need for...

Last night’s Democratic candidate debate, held amid the coronavirus crisis in a nearly empty CNN studio in Washington, D.C., provided voters with what might...

Dane County schools closing effective immediately

On order of Public Health Madison & Dane County, the Madison Metropolitan School District and nearly two-dozen other Dane County school districts are closing...

U.S. House passes coronavirus response bill; Wisconsin Republicans dissent Despite Trump's...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House early Saturday morning approved an emergency stimulus package to combat the coronavirus pandemic after President Donald Trump signaled his...

UPDATE: Dane County schools to close Monday Wisconsin COVID-19 caseload rises...

Updated 3/15/2020 at 3:50 p.m. All Dane County schools will close effective Monday, by order of Public Health Madison & Dane County on Sunday. Also Sunday,...

How does the Wisconsin Legislature COVID-19 response stack up?

Where does Wisconsin stand in comparison to other states on its response to COVID-19, the coronavirus that has been declared a pandemic? The National...

UW class closures over COVID-19 create new challenges for students Campus...

As swift as the spread of COVID-19 has been worldwide, so too has been the domino effect of closures and cancellations to stifle the...

COVID-19 changes the political landscape We need an FDR

This week marked a turning point. Even President Donald Trump seemed to recognize it. In his address to the nation on Wednesday night, Trump...

Evers talks COVID-19 impact on gatherings, homeless, meals and voting The...

Thursday morning Gov. Tony Evers declared a public health state of emergency due to COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, saying the...
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